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In 1996, Lindbergh’s principal conducted a “complete investigation” of possible inappropriate behavior between Wilder and Emilie and found only that Wilder was a “positive influence on his athletes.” In 1996, according to state experts on child abuse, that principal was required by law to notify authorities — namely the Missouri Department of Social Services’ Children’s Division — of any suspected abuse.
Seven weeks later, police arrested Wilder based on the contents of the tape: an 87-minute conversation in Wilder’s car centered around their sexual activities in the mid-90s, when Emilie was a 16-year-old cross-country star at Lindbergh High School, and he was her 29-year-old coach.
Without the victim alive to testify, prosecutors dropped the charges, leaving Emilie’s grieving family bewildered and furious. When provided a detailed letter outlining the allegations in this story, Wilder referred Buzz Feed News to an attorney, who did not respond to requests for comment.
They had a tape of a man admitting to crimes that they say propelled a young woman into a downward spiral. This January, as they watched the victims of former USA Gymnastics doctor Larry Nassar tell their stories en masse, the Morris family felt furious all over again.
Their Emilie never had the chance to confront Wilder in court.
Just as sporting officials failed to act on allegations against Nassar, Emilie’s family says Lindbergh school officials failed her.
Wilder was charged with six counts of statutory sodomy, each one punishable by up to seven years in prison.